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Question of Sanity in Israeli Politics Still Under Inquiry

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in response to reader comment: Impossibilities of Israeli Politics

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Apr 27, 2021 at 19:25

This observer is searching, searching, for some sense that as we pray for the peace of Jerusalem, that in knowing many obstacles are before the government there before peace can be discussed, let alone be being counted upon, the question remains; who in their right mind is minding the store?
While it is seen many are scrambling in search of a path to a peaceful composite of lawmakers in the Knesset, the reality is that it is not going to be a democratic succession of power; for it is the obscene voracious appetite of power hungry opponents of anti-Semitic origins that are interfering with it all.
Like it is observed, it is impossible on the face of it, that a peaceful succession will be put on the record.


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